Diversity events this week

From the Diversity and Inclusion committee, by way of Laurel Sarfan:

Chinese New Year Celebration
When: Friday February 16th @ 7-9PM
Where: Hall Auditorium
Description: An exciting performance to celebrate the Chinese New Year, involving music, dance, and theatre.

Cross-Cultural Lecture 2: Cupping Therapy and its Demonstrations
When: Tuesday, February 20th @ 7PM
Where: McGuffey Hall 221
Description: Li Xiaoqian, a doctor from Guangdong Sports Hospital and team doctor of Guangdong Swimming team, will give a speech on “Those Mysterious Cupping Marks (on the Back of Michael Phelps)–Cupping Therapy and Its Demonstrations.”

HIV Voices: A Storytelling Project About Courage and Acceptance
When: Thursday, March 1st @ 6PM
Where: McGuffey 322
Description: A powerful storytelling event sponsored by the Women’s & LGBTQ* Center; Department of Global & Intercultural Studies; Department of English; Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies; American Studies

Dr. Damon Williams: Diversity Week Keynote Speaker
When: Wednesday, March 7th @ 6:30PM
Where: Taylor Auditorium, FSB
Description: Dr. Williams is a scholar, leader, and educator whose “Inclusive Excellence Tour” engages audiences in a unique TED Talk-like conversation about the most cutting-edge ideas regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leadership today.

Keep your eyes open for more events during Diversity Week, coming up from March 5th-9th!